Subject: Inputting non-US-ASCII characters with standard 101 keyboard in X
To: None <>
From: Brian de Alwis <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 03/03/2002 21:32:52
A stupid question I'm sure, but what must I do to enter non-US-ASCII
characters in X? For example, I'd like to to enter an &eacute; into
an xterm.  I've tried to figure this out, but haven't had much luck.
Is there an Alt-Gr key setting? My only workaround so far is to use
the cut-buffer having selected the appropriate character from a pre-written
file. That is somewhat less than optimal!

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